Apple’s latest iPod touch may look a lot like its predecessor at first glance, but it brings a whole host of big differences that make it well worth the upgrade for most. In a new video from YouTuber Jonathan Morrison of TLD, those differences are compared in real-life situations.
The new iPod touch with an A8 processor is clocked at 1.10GHz, comes with 1GB of RAM and Bluetooth 4.1
As reports had indicated, Apple today refreshed the iPod touch with some major internals upgrades.
Apple to launch new iPod touch today with 8MP camera, 128GB, 64-bit chip with new gold color option; iPod nano and shuffle in new colors
Apple will release a refreshed iPod lineup today, according to a new report, and there will be big improvements under the hood for the iPod touch. Upgrades are said to include an 8-megapixel iSight camera, a 64-bit processor, a gold color option, and more.
Sometimes, when Apple gets the inkling, they’ll release a refresh product line that introduces new components to the mix, to test things out. And sometimes they just like to refresh things. That looks to be the case with the new 16GB iPod Touch, which has just received the teardown treatment.
Apple launches new 16GB iPod touch with 5MP rear Camera for $199, slashes prices of 32GB and 64GB models to $249 and $299
As reported earlier, Apple has just launched the new 16GB iPod touch in multiple colors with 5-megapixel rear camera, and discontinued the $229 16GB iPod touch which didn’t come with a rear camera.